Sources of Finance

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RETAINED PROFITS
Profits which are ploughed back into the business
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BANK LOAN
money borrowed from the bank at an agreed rate of interest over a set period of time
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SALE OF FIXED ASSETS
Selling off a piece of equipment that is no longer needed within the business
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LEASING
The business rents an asset rather than buys it
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WORKING CAPITAL
Finance used to pay for the day-to-day running expenses of the business
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SHORT-TERM FINANCE
Finance which is used to meet the costs or expenses of the business in the near future
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START-UP CAPITAL
Finance which is needed to get the business started
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INTERNAL SOURCES OF FINANCE
Finance raised from within the organisation
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BANK OVERDRAFT
Where the business is allowed to be overdrawn on its account, up to an agreed limit
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HIRE PURCHASE
Where the business pays for an asset n instalments and owns the asset one the last payment has been made
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money borrowed from the bank at an agreed rate of interest over a set period of time

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BANK LOAN

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Selling off a piece of equipment that is no longer needed within the business

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Card 4

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The business rents an asset rather than buys it

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Card 5

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Finance used to pay for the day-to-day running expenses of the business

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